We’ll provide your staff with a robust, interactive virtual sexual harassment training that is compliant with state, city, and federal laws. Our training is unique in that it explores all forms of harassment — not just sexual harassment, and includes elements of bystander intervention training.
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Not sure if sexual harassment training is required in your state? Click here to see the laws across the US.
We don’t currently offer a free version of this training, but to see Hollaback!’s 5D’s of bystander intervention in action, check out our free bystander intervention in the workplace mini-training.
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Read What People Are Saying About This Training:
I have learned so much in this two hour Sexual Harassment Prevention Training. I feel that I’m more strongly equipped to deal with any form of harassment at my work place or elsewhereMaurice Lackish (Custodial Manager) – BRIC
The clearly explained information and scenarios taught me so much about the different forms of sexual harassment, as well as different ways I can intervene. I appreciated the opportunity to share questions, thoughts, and answers to the scenarios anonymously in the chat. The trainer was knowledgeable and he created a warm, safe environment.Caitlin King – Humanities Teacher, The Bay School of San Francisco
I have attended three trainings conducted by Hollaback! and really appreciate that they offer real-life scenarios and options to combatting harassment through conflict resolution and bystander interventions. I have intuitively done some of these things when navigating situations as a POC, but understanding the tactics and encouraging others to also intervene for the betterment of staff and community is important in addition to knowing the applicable laws.Anonymous